5 top attractions in Colorado and the top boutique inn? The Denver Museum of Nature and Science has been Denver’s leading cultural institution for over 100 years. Located in City Park, visitors will enjoy a variety of exhibits on everything from natural history and the universe, to biology, and even Colorado history. The museum also has an IMAX theater, a planetarium, and host of exciting temporary exhibits annually.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a stone formation near Morrison, Colorado. Conveniently located 15 miles outside of Denver, the raw beauty of these rocks is sure to impress you. Thought to have been used by the Ute tribe prior to westward expansion, the rock formations provide ideal acoustics for live music performances – bands and artists perform on a rock stage! If you’re a music lover, be sure to check the shows put on here at Red Rocks. It is owned and operated by the city of Denver, and musicians of all sorts have performed here, from opera singers to rock bands. Don’t miss out on hearing live music at one of the most picturesque concert venues in the world! You’ll be glad you visited.
A full, southern style breakfast can be found at Sassafras. Definitely order the Beignets and the Hot Sassafras Tea, if you’re not a coffee lover. But, if you’re like us, you prefer a late morning. Head on over to Abejas for brunch on Saturday and Sunday! Make a reservation, trust us. They have a seasonal menu that will not disappoint. Lunch is a no-brainer at Thai Gold. The lunch special is so much food! The restaurant has a great outdoor area and it’s across the street from the inn! Yes, please!! Indulge is definitely our favorite happy hour in town. The food is chef driven and unique and the wine is perfectly paired! We love the Ahi Tuna Guacamole, let them pick a great wine to go with it!! Find additional information at Hotel rooms in Golden CO.
Just a few miles from the town of Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the United States. The soaring mountain peaks, alpine lakes and meadows, forests, and abundant wildlife showcase nature at its best. The park has more than 100 peaks over 10,000 feet, including Longs Peak, the highest in the park, at 14,259 feet. The Trail Ridge Road, which itself reaches an altitude of more than 12,000 feet, is the main driving route through the park and offers easy access to this incredible terrain. You can sightsee from the comfort of your car or stop off along the way for a hike or easy walk. The park has an extensive system of hiking trails that range from paths of less than a half-mile to full-day and multi-day hikes. If you’re lucky, you may see elk, bighorn sheep, deer, and other critters.
Though you may not always see us around, we want you to feel as comfortable as you are at home. We will always have locally roasted coffee for the making and the drinking – we’re not monsters! Please enjoy whatever you see in the living room/dining area. Breakfast is self serve, continental style. We always try to have local, fresh items. You can expect things like fresh fruit, yogurt, homemade granola and pastries. We think a simple, happy breakfast gets your day started on the right foot. If you need more of a cowboy breakfast, Golden is home to some delicious restaurants and coffee shops! Read additional information on this website.